Football Betting Tips and Advice – Maximise Winnings with Free Bet Offers

What are Bookie sign-up offers?

When you open a new bookmaker account, you will get a bonus on signing-up. This could mean you get a free bet to the same value of your first bet, it could be a free bet bigger than your first bet, or it might be a refund if your first bet loses.

There are a few different ways bookmakers reward new sign-ups and some of the most popular ones can be seen above. We like to promote a range of sign-up offers so you can choose which ones you prefer.

 

How do you choose between the different free bet offers?

This all depends on what type of offer you want, as mentioned above, there are a few different types of sign-up offers that bookmakers generally offer and these are as follows:

1 Matched first bet – this is the simplest of new member betting offers, whatever you deposit and bet with, you will get a free bet to the same value. For example, bet £10 when you join and you get a £10 free bet.

2 Bet x, get x in free bets – becoming ever more popular amongst the 2019 free bet bonus offers has been the increased offer when you register. A few bookmakers are currently offering £30 in free bets when you sign-up and bet just £10.

2 Get a refund if your first bet loses – another popular way of offering a sign-up bonus is to give the player a refund if your first bet loses. For example, if you sign-up to Paddy Power and bet £20 and it loses, you get a £20 refund added to your account – in cash.

 

Which betting sites are recommended?

Different people have different opinions when it comes to the best online betting sites. In the UK there are tons of betting sites but in general, we’d only recommend a handful to have as your every day accounts. The rest of the sites mentioned above are worth signing up for to get their enhanced odds offers and existing customer offers when they are released.

bet365 will always be one of our top rated bookmakers and they are currently giving new customers up to £100 in bet credits, so that would be the first port of call when opening a new football betting account today.

 

Should you use new betting sites in the UK?

It is always worth trying out new UK betting sites, and using their sign-up bonus means you can give them a try with little or no risk, depending on the offer. Some of the new betting sites are better than the others and although you will see our own opinions in the reviews we post, it will be up to you to decide which are best.

You should always check the terms and conditions for new betting sites in the UK because sometimes their sign-up offers are not as good as they seem. For example, you may need to turn-over your bonus a number of times.

 

What is a matched free bet?

These were once the standard type of offer you’d get when opening a new betting account – but now there are various different ways bookies give you a sign-up bonus. A matched free bet simply means you get a free bet to the same value as your first bet. For example, if the sign-up offer is a £10 matched free bet, you would need to bet £10 and that will give you a £10 free bet. When you use your free bet, the stake will not be included in your returns, so if you bet £10 on a 4/1 winner, you’d get a £40 return rather than the usual £50 because you will not get your £10 stake back.

 

Bet £x to get £x in free bets sign-up offer

One of the new customer offers that has proved popular in the last 18 months or so has been the bet £x, get £x in free bets. This means you get more than your original deposit back in free bets. Quite a few bookmakers currently do a bet £10 get £30 in free bets sign-up offer and these are paid in three £10 bets. If you are just a casual punter who likes to have a weekend £10 accumulator, this is a brilliant sign-up bonus for you because you’re effectively getting four free £10 bets for the price of one.

 

How does a ‘refund if your first bet loses’ offer work?

A few bookmakers have started offering this sign-up bonus and the beauty of the more popular ones is that the refund comes back to you in CASH, not free bets. This means that you can withdraw the funds out of the betting account if you wish, or bet with them again and you won’t lose out on not getting your stake refunded because the bet will be placed with cash. Of the betting sites in the UK, both Paddy Power and Betfair Exchange currently offer cash back if your first bet loses.

 

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